Recently my P. regalis molted and is right around 2 1/2''. After the molt I changed his enclosure seeing as the old one had gotten
Hi, I have a 4 year old Chilean Rose who moulted 3 weeks ago, and what a beautiful spider she turned into. From orange brown into a beautiful pink rose
Belated sad news guys.. My one and only leopard gecko, Denver, passed away when i was at the last leg of my Asian tour
My dad and sister
Yes I blame you... and you... and you... and anyone else reading this forum...
Last year this time I never thought I would own one T...
dang! I really hope my rose hair doesn't fast that long! it been like 2 1/2 weeks since my rose hair has last eaten.
If you gave it a couple hides, pending on the species, you definitely could. It could be an interesting setup, like the ones where people use crushed
sorry for your loss! ive read a lot about versicolors dieing from issues they had during their molt and I think that's the main reason why I wont get
I put the male in a normal cage not to big, but big enough for a large water dish and for the male to walk around. I almost decided to let the female
I'm using the same kind of bark on my other enclosures and I don't have any problems. Same with the plant. I'll clean the cork bark and let the sub dry
You have to be skeptical of anybody who isn't a spider enthusiast writing/talking about spiders. How many brown recluse bites have been reported in places